Clark is proud to deliver projects that strengthen our nation’s infrastructure and advance our government’s mission. Ranked among the country’s top government builders, we serve as a trusted construction partner to federal, state, and local agencies across the United States.

Our diverse portfolio, which includes over $9 billion of government facilities, is lined with operations and readiness centers, county and federal court buildings, hospitals, airports, and roadways. Our resume is a testament to our commitment to mission success, transparency and accountability, and our proven ability to manage projects of all sizes and levels of complexity. 

A Trusted Federal Builder 
From our earliest days building department headquarters and naval facilities in Washington, D.C., to completing more than $4 billion of BRAC 2005 work, we have a long and robust history of delivering facilities for the federal government. Our construction professionals are seasoned veterans of government work and understand procurement, contracting processes, and current Federal Acquisition Regulations. This ensures that Clark’s projects meet our client’s expectations and are delivered in full compliance with contracting requirements.

We are proud to count among our valued clients every federal department, the GSA, VA, NPS, and Architect of the Capitol. 

Clark's portfolio of ongoing work on federal, state, and local government projects is valued at $4 billion.
Command & Operations Centers
Correctional Facilities
Court Buildings
Education & Training Facilities
Hangars & Maintenance Facilities
Headquarters & Administration Facilities
Hospitals and Clinics
Military Family Housing
Troop, Sailor, & Airman Housing
Asset Management
BIM Coordination & Implementation
Comparative Cost Analysis
Complete Preconstruction Services
Design-Build / CMAR / GC / IPD
Equipment Procurement
LEED Management
Life Cycle Cost Analysis
Operations & Maintenance
Long Lead Item Identification & Procurement
Material / Equipment Procurement
Power Purchase Agreements
Project Specific Safety Planning
Public-Private Partnerships
Self Performance
Small Business Outreach
Subcontractor Procurement
Total Ownership Cost Analysis
Sector lead: 

Karen Gray

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